Space Flight and Research on the International Space Station

Astronaut Lawrence DeLucas will reminisce his training to be a NASA astronaut and share his experiences flying on the Columbia Space Shuttle Mission STS-50, launched on June 25, 1992. He will descibe the materials, technology, and research performed in that mission and summarize the research underway on the International Space Station. He will discuss NASA's plans for a human-piloted mission to Mars.

Lawrence DeLucas' talk is part of "An Evening of Wonder: Life and Art on Earth and Beyond." This astrobiology fun-and-learning event for the whole family is made possible by the organizers of AbGradCon 2018.

AbGradCon (Astrobiology Graduate Conference) is a popular gathering of early-career scientists interested in astrobiology research, held in a different location every year. 

Event Details

Date/Time:

  • Wednesday, 2018, June 6 - 7:30pm to 8:00pm

Location:
Ferst Center for the Arts, 349 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

Fee(s):
Free entrance, drinks, and snacks; food for purchase available from food trucks

For More Information Contact

abgradcon@gmail.com